Maggie’s Centres: a hermeneutic of spirituality
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In her paper, Jenny Williams examines the term ‘spirituality’ and looks at the way this is used in the wider context of cancer care through the support offered in Maggie’s Centres. By undertaking an examination of how the concept of ‘spirituality’ is currently used, this article suggests how, ultimately, the term might be better understood and re-appropriated as part of the Church’s vocabulary of pastoral care.
Williams, J. (2010). Maggie’s Centres: a hermeneutic of spirituality. Theology in Scotland, 17(1), pp. 57-69.
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